(Closed) Recommendations for printing wrapping paper?

posted 8 years ago in DIY
Post # 3
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Bee Keeper

You may consider vellum.  They sell it at different opacities.  It’s very thin, and if you use a boning folder, it is great for DIY projects like that!

Post # 4
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Buzzing bee

Check to see whether you’re using 20 or 24 lb paper (it should say on the outside of the package) and switch to 20 if you’re not, and try again..

If that doesn’t work, try a parchment style resume paper. Those tend to be a little less thick and fold better. And as a last resort, perhaps some typing paper.

Word of advice on the vellum: creases do show up, so only fold where you must if you go that route. Print on a laser printer, not an inkjet, either–the inkjet will make the words bleed or the paper get all wrinkly (it sucks) and takes foreverrrrrr to dry! good luck!

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